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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by patrickguignot, Dec 8, 2018.
I like them!
I have the same S.O.B. as you do. Feels great in hand, but it’s gotten no dirt time yet because it’s so heavy.
This one is old and hasn't taken into account what I've added and taken away over the last year but I still like to pull it out every now and then. I really need to get a new one out after getting into a few spyderco sprints and exclusives with orange.
Those Groniger knives are great looking.
What would you recommend for a companion?
Wow, that coffin bowie hits the spot.
This one would match perfectly...
Love it. I just picked-up a new Bastinelli/Lion Steel RED last week and opened the box last night for the first time. I also recently got a Fox FKMD 516 ASO so I guess you could say I'm a fan of stuff that comes out of the factory in Maniago, Italy.
The world needs more polished orange g10.
Custom by Joe Allen:
Coral scaled boot knife from Steve Fecas, engraved by Ron Nott:
A couple paratroop models:
Orange rules, certainly easier to find if you set it down on the forest floor, well, except during fall
Triage_Bw by GaryWGraley, on Flickr
IMG_6424 by GaryWGraley, on Flickr
BW_Roadie by GaryWGraley, on Flickr
IMG_6552 by GaryWGraley, on Flickr
I love the that knife!
Sadly this is the only true orange-ie I own. I love it, though. It’s what kicked off my love for orange knives.
This one could be considered orange..
On the other hand this Ritter Griptilian is really beautiful. I have one in S30V with black handle but I regret having missed the M390 with orange handle model.
I guess I need more
I had a tough time deciding between the black and orange. So much that I actually added a black mini Ritter to the cart first, until I realized that orange suits me a little more. Once it showed up I learned very quickly that I made the right choice. And I’m glad Benchmade went with black hardware as well, it adds some contrast.